Firework violations will be costly
Monterey Peninsula cities that allow fireworks have announced "zero tolerance" policies for possessing illegal fireworks - anything that goes "bang," flies through the air or scoots along the ground - and those that don't will levy heavy fines.
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#1 Jul 8, 2012
Since people want transparency, I'd like to know how much it cost for this "If caught" campaign, how many people, "if any" got caught, and how much revenue was generated "if any" from fines? It would be nice to see our tax dollars hard at work, "if possible".
I only ask because there seemed to more or no change compared to year past and I still hear the illegal fireworks going off in my neighborhood, 4 days after the 4th. I never once heard or seen any police surveillance or activity.
Please post the data in the Hollister Free Lance, "if you dare". You might actually gain some loyalty from the citizens.
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